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iptoCountry web services application


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I am Prateek here. I am writing iPhone application iptocountry. But this application is not running. The IPToCountry Web service is located at http://www.ecubicle.net/iptocountry.asmx. It exposes two methods FindCountryAsXml and FindCountryAsString. but this link is not working. when i am running this application and entring ip addres in simulator its showing some error in debugger console due to link is not working, now what i can do. Please help me

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